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Huawei announced it's top-shelf chipset, the HiSilicon Kirin 980, which brought a lot of world's firsts. What the company failed to mention were some key details about the SoC and the operating frequencies of the CPU clusters was among those. During an event in China called Knowledge-core, the spokesperson revealed the clock speeds of all eight cores. Since the CPU consists of three separate clusters, each has its own clock speed - we've got 2x Cortex-A76 clocked at 2.6GHz and 2x Cortex-A76 ticking at 1.92GHz. The final four Cortes-A55 cores are set to operate at 1.8GHz. Obviously,...
Chinese smartphone manufacturer vivo has launched a new color option for its X20 smartphone. The device, which already comes in black, black/gold, gold, and rose gold options, has now gained a blue version as well. The blue vivo X20 will be available for purchase starting November 11. As for pricing, it'll carry a price tag of CNY 2,998 (around $455), which is same as what other color variants cost. Source | Via
The canvas just got bigger - the Samsung Galaxy Note8 comes with a 6.3" Infinity Display for an edge-to-edge writing experience with the S Pen. It has been a long time coming too - after Note5 didn't come to Europe and the Note7's fiasco the market is hungry for a stylus packing flagship. Samsung Galaxy Note8 official images The screen - a Super AMOLED with QHD+ resolution - boasts Mobile HDR Premium support, Always on Display functionality and screen off memos. Beyond simple notes, you can send Live messages, which are animated GIFs of your writings or drawings. Both phone...
Next year's Samsung Galaxy Note9 is now predicted to sport a feature that was mentioned a lot in early rumors regarding both its predecessor, the Note8, as well as Apple's iPhone X. We're talking about a fingerprint sensor that sits under the display. Such an optical sensor is likely to appear in the Note9 according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a legendary purveyor of mostly Apple-related mumblings. If this pans out, the unlocking procedure will probably go something like this: you simply place your finger onto a specific part of the handset's screen, and that's it. Both Samsung...